Push Pop Valentines are a fun idea for a sweet Valentine’s Day treat. You can make them special by adding the recipients favorite candy. Scroll down to use the free printable provided.
These would make great Valentine’s Day gifts for your own kids, your kid’s classmates and friends, and neighborhood children. They’re quick and simple to make but are also easy to personalize to make extra special.
Here’s What You Need to make Push Pop Valentines:
Push Pop Containers (available at most craft store)
Free Printable (print by clicking below)
Chalkboard Heart Stickers
White Chalkboard Pen
Fill each container completely full with candy. Place the lid on part way to be able to add a few more pieces of candy into the top part. Because they need every little piece of candy they can get, right?! Probably not, but I like the way the push pops look when they’re completely full.
You can label each push pop with their name using a marker or stickers. I found these cute chalkboard heart stickers in the dollar spot at Target and used the chalkboard marker to write their initials on them. You could also make your own stickers by cutting hearts out of colored vinyl sheets then just use a marker for their name or initial.
The push pop containers would be fun to use for birthdays, New Years and other holidays. Fill them with any little candy or treats to fit with the theme.
The cute printable can also be used with other treats for Valentine’s Day. It would work with popcorn, soda pop, balloons, bubbles, and anything in a push pop. What else can you think of? Just click on the link below the printable to print it off and use it on your own little gifts.
Attach the printable to the push pop by punching a small hole in the corner of the printable and securing it with twine. I don’t go over board on holidays anymore but it’s always fun to celebrate a little. And who doesn’t love to receive a little treat?
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I love this idea! I always see these push pop molds and I’m never sure what to do with them. Thanks for sharing.